Application for Inclusion in the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) Supplier Lists


The Hong Kong Police Force maintains lists of suppliers of goods and related services for issuing tender/quotation notification purposes.

Application for inclusion in the HKPF Supplier Lists is free of charge. Any firm not currently included but wishing to be considered for inclusion in these lists may apply in writing to the Commissioner of Police.

Application form for inclusion in the HKPF Supplier Lists is available for download :

Applications received will be processed by the HKPF. Subject to confirmation of their credentials, those firms that are found acceptable will be included in the HKPF's Supplier Lists. To continue staying in these lists the HKPF Suppliers have to demonstrate their abilities to offer competitive tenders/quotations and maintain satisfactory performance in connection with any order(s) or contract(s) which they have been awarded. The Government reserves the right to review the status of a firm as a HKPF Supplier in the light of any new information that may affect such status and remove a firm from the HKPF Supplier Lists at any time without prior notice and without compensation.

Firms in the HKPF Supplier Lists will receive notification on tender/quotation issued for the supply of category(ies) of goods or related services, for which they have been included as HKPF Suppliers, as and when opportunities arise.

Interested parties can contact the following officer for enquiries relating to application for inclusion in HKPF Supplier Lists:-

Assistant Supplies Officer
Hong Kong Police Force
Stores Management Division
34/F Arsenal House,
Police Headquarters,
1 Arsenal Street,
Hong Kong.
Tel. No.: (852) 3660 4524 / 2860 3511
Fax No.: (852) 2200 4341

Product Categories of goods/services for Hong Kong Police Force

For information about other departments which maintain supplier lists, please click the hyperlink below to make reference to the “List Table of Government Departments Which Maintain Supplier Lists for Commonly Used Goods and Services” on the website of the Government Logistics Department.


  1. The supplier lists (“Lists”) maintained by the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) are intended for mailing purposes (where applicable) only. None of the Lists or HKPF’s notifications of tender/quotation invitation for the supply of goods or services (“Notifications”) shall give rise to any right or expectation on the part of the suppliers on any Lists (“Suppliers”) or any obligation on the part of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (“Government”). The Government makes no statement, representation or warranty (express or implied) to Suppliers that the Notifications or any of them will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error free. For open tenders, the Suppliers should read the tender notices published in the Government Gazette and the website of HKPF.

  2. The Government shall not in any event be liable to any Suppliers for any loss or damage whatsoever arising out of or in relation to any failure or delay in receiving any Notifications (whether transmitted by electronic means or otherwise) or removal of any Suppliers from any Lists at any point of time, including but not limited to direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, damages for loss of profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss, even if HKPF has been advised of the possibility of such loss or damage, whether in contract or tort, or on any other legal or equitable grounds.

  3. Any Notifications or other communications from HKPF to the Suppliers shall be deemed to be received (i) if sent by post, the next business day in Hong Kong immediately after the date of despatch (Hong Kong time); and (ii) if sent by fax or email, when despatched, regardless of whether the Suppliers have actually received such Notifications or communications (as the case may be).

  4. In the event of any inconsistency between the English version and the Chinese version of this Disclaimer, the English version shall prevail.